Enjoy self-catering in Northumberland

Holiday Cottages in Northumberland

Cottages & self-catering
Stone cottages with crackling log burners, self-catering apartments with beachfront terraces, trendy townhouses beside bustling high streets and rustic, countryside barn conversions. Northumberland has it all, ready for your self-catering holiday.

Idyllic, self-catering retreats

Whether you want to be perched on the golden sands or nestled away in the countryside, in the bustling centre of a cobbled market town or on the remote outskirts of a tiny village, there’s a self catering holiday to suit every style in Northumberland.

Choose a cosy Northumberland holiday cottage where you can warm your toes by an open fire, or somewhere with a fairy-lit terrace to enjoy a glass of wine on a warm summer evening. Find the perfect accommodation for a romantic retreat, a family adventure, or a weekend away with your four-legged companion.

Recommended
Wooler Self Catering

Homildon Cottage

Secluded 1800s cottage bordering National Park, AGA, wood stove, games-room, large hillside garden, recently renovated, sleeps eight. Wooler: 20 minutes walk.
Guide Price £595.00 Per week
Amble Self Catering

Amble Cast Off

Our homely 3* holiday cottage near Amble Harbour has a crafts and music bias and an ethical commitment to recycling.
Guide Price £420.00 Per week
Hexham Self Catering

Boatside Inn Holiday Cottages

01434 602233
Tarset Self Catering

Wild Northumbrian Tipis & Yurts

01669650166 evenings
Morpeth Motorhome Hire

Hadrian Motor Home Hire

07850 257 168
Bamburgh Self Catering Agency

Coastal Retreats

0191 285 1272
Hexham Self Catering

Hexham House Apartments

07590996916
Wall Self Catering

Honeystone House

Bamburgh Self Catering

Lapwing Cottage

01665 830783
Bamburgh Self Catering

Seal Waters

01434 632839

Northumberland self catering holidays

With your holiday cottage as your cosy base, discover popular destinations such as Hadrian’s Wall, deep within the Northumberland National Park. Set sail on one our famous boat trips and be spoilt by sea views and unique wildlife that can be spotted off the Farne Islands. The historic market town of Berwick-upon-Tweed close to the Scottish Borders offers a taste of modern day with shops and restaurants that linger within its Elizabethan town walls and ruinous castle remains. And finally don't miss a trip down our infamous coastline which sits amongst an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Mountain biking in purple heather
Family walk in Northumberland
Couple enjoying a boat trip
Hadrian's Wall
Surf Northumberland
Outdoor adventures in Northumberland

Make it personal

With endless experiences, it’s impossible to see and do everything Northumberland has to offer. Create a personal profile and we’ll tailor the site to show you the best and most relevant content for you.